Stunning Photos of the China's First Moon Landing (12 pics)

Posted in       9 Feb 2016       6364       4

China's first moon rover landed on the Moon in 2013. Just recently, the Chinese space agency has released high resolution photos from their Chang’e 3 lunar exploration mission. Here are some of the best images of the lunar surface you've ever seen.

 

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12 Stunning Photos of the China

Credits:  www.planetary.org
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100000773381424 5 year s ago
Why is it that you can't see stars in the dark sky? That always puzzles me. Very sharp, crisp pictures though.
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ebweller 5 year s ago
You see no stars in the sky because the surface is too bright and shiny for a camera to expose everything properly. Like when you take a photo of someone standing in front of a bright window - you can expose for their face, but then the outside behind them becomes overexposed. If you expose for the outside, then you can't see their face. The MOON is many many time brighter. It's getting direct sunlight with no atmosphere!! Hard to photograph!
       
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100000773381424 5 year s ago
Thank You for the explanation :)
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Chickenthief 5 year s ago
You cant se stars in daytime here on earth either!
       
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